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Parliament returns on 1st September for a fortnight, before adjourning again for the autumn party conference season. This week we have Work and Pensions questions, Treasury questions and Energy and Climate Change questions, and Kerry is down on the order paper to ask a question of the Prime Minister on Wednesday.
The only Government legislation this week is the Second Reading of the Pensions Bill. There will be backbench debates on hospital car parking charges, mitochondrial research and puppy farming, as well as Opposition debates on energy bills and infant school places. On Friday there will be a Private Members’ bill on the bedroom tax, the Affordable Homes Bill.
Kerry will also be attending the “Sanctuary in Parliament” event, celebrating the work of City of Sanctuary; a lobby of parliament by probation officers; and a briefing by the PCS union on the Independent Living Fund.
The following week Kerry will be visiting El Salvador with Christian Aid to look at tax justice and climate change projects. She will be back in Parliament for the debate on Friday of the Private Members’ Bill on enshrining the 0.7% aid target in law.